After four years of economic downturns, there's finally  some good news:  in the past 3 months, 650,000 workers aged 16 to 24 have found jobs. This age group, dubbed by some as "the lost generation," have been hit hardest by these ongoing problems: in 2010, only 16.9 million of them were employed. Mike Munger, political science and economics professor at Duke University, and Danielle Richard, a 24-year-old cyto technologist in Rhode Island, talk more about this promising economic news.